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Regional Coordinator:

Brian K. Pennington
Maryville College
Division of Humanities
Maryville, TN 37804-5907

Region's Website


This is just a gentle reminder that the Southeast Regional meeting is fast approaching! You can now register online.

March 4–6, 2011
Galt House Hotel
Louisville, KY, USA

Hotel Information

The meeting will be held at the Galt House, 140 North Fourth Street, right in the midst of downtown Louisville, Kentucky. Guaranteed special rates are no longer available, but you should still be able to reserve a room. Reservations should be made directly with the Galt House by calling 1-800-843-4258. Be sure to mention you are connected with the SECSOR meeting.

Sections at the Regional Annual Meeting 

  • (SBL/ASOR) Archaeology and the Ancient World

  • (AAR/SBL) Bible and Modern Culture

  • (AAR) Black Cultures and the Study of Religion

  • (AAR) Constructive Theologies

  • (AAR) Ethics, Religion, and Society

  • (SBL) Hebrew Scriptures/Old Testament

  • (AAR) History of Christianity

  • (AAR) History of Judaism

  • (AAR) Islam

  • (AAR) Method and Theory of Religion

  • (SBL) New Testament

  • (AAR) Philosophy of Religion

  • (AAR) Religion and Ecology

  • (AAR) Religion, Culture, and the Arts

  • (AAR) Religion in America

  • (AAR) Religions of Asia

  • (AAR) Teaching Religions

  • (AAR) Women, Gender, and Religion
Please note that the system for electronic submission of paper proposals is now closed.

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